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Microsoft campus is venue for legal tech debate

17 Oct 2019 / technology Print

Microsoft campus is venue for legal tech debate

LexTech, an affiliate of Leman Solicitors, is holding a seminar on the future of law and technology, on 29 November, at Microsoft’s Dublin 18 office.

LexTech is a legal tech company with a mission to transform legal functions of business through automation, digitisation and data capture, and in particular to eliminate repetitive compliance and regulatory processes.


Running from 8.30am to 12pm, the ‘Shaping legals to meet the digital age’ seminar will hear from economist and commentator David McWilliams(pictured) on what lawyers need to know in order to future-proof against global digital disruption.

Microsoft chief executive Cathríona Hallahan will speak on how software can assist in digitisation, while Prof Theo Lynn will address artificial intelligence and the legal workplace of the future.

Places for this free seminar are limited but can be reserved now. Breakfast will be served at 8.30am.

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